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Textual Tension

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The comedy podcast that unpacks the bananas world of romance novels.


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Ep. 31: The Cinnamon Roll Soldier
 This week, Rachel and Margie are breaking into the world of LGBTQ romance novels! Listen in as Margie tells Rachel all about the Robin Hood-esque antics in The Soldier's Scoundrel by Cat Sebastian. We finally tackled a romance novel that addresses some pretty interesting historical topics! Who knew!BIG ANNOUNCEMENT: Textual Tension is now on Patreon! Check out patreon.com/textualtension for more information on how you can support your friendly neighborhood podcast hosts!
Ep. 30: Low Expectations
Join Rachel and Margie as they pass a serious milestone in Textual Tension history: reviewing their first Harlequin Romance Novel! Listen in as Rachel tells Margie all about Lori Foster's, Run the Risk. If you didn't get enough literary analysis in your AP English class, then this is the episode for you!
Halloween Special Ep. 29: Catula
It's a Textual Tension Spooktacular! Join Margie and Rachel for this very special and very spoopy bonus episode! The girl's discuss The Cat's Meow, featuring stories by Victoria Alexander, Nina Coombs, Coral Smith Saxe, and Colleen Shannon. Let's pour one out for the spoopiest, and best, time of year!
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Oct 20th, 2018
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Nov 5th, 2019
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